Ellucian Ethos Integration solves many of the pain points institutions have when integrating different systems on campus. In this course, you learn about the basic concepts of Ellucian Ethos Integration.
Ellucian Ethos Integration Server Software Installation
You need to install server software, either WebLogic or Tomcat, for deploying Ellucian Ethos Integration applications. View the lesson in this course that pertains to your institution's system configuration for the steps to install and configure either WebLogic or Tomcat for your operating system.
Ellucian Messaging Service Installation and Configuration
The Ellucian Messaging Service (EMS) accepts and stores data changes from the Banner Event Publisher and Colleague Envision Data Exchange (EDX). In this course, you learn how to install and configure the EMS for Ellucian Ethos Integration.
Ellucian Messaging Adapter Installation and Configuration
The Ellucian Messaging Adapter (EMA) publishes data changes from Banner and Colleague to Ellucian Ethos Integration. In this course, you learn how to install and configure the EMA to work with Ellucian Ethos Integration.
Do you need to automate processes at your institution? Do you want a workflow solution that works across all your applications: Ellucian, third-party, and your institution applications? Then the Ellucian Workflow Overview course is for you. This course provides information about Ellucian Workflow powered by Ethos and demonstrates a workflow that automates a process.
Put Ellucian Workflow functionality to work by automating a Wi-Fi access request process from submitting the request to receiving the email that communicates Wi-Fi access approval or denial. Afterward, automate similar processes at your institution.
The On-Demand Ellucian Workflow is working well. Yet, wouldn't it be nice if the Approver could receive an email whenever a Wi-Fi Access Request has been submitted? If you agree, this course provides the information you need to email the Approver and include a link that will take the Approver to the pending Wi-Fi Access Request.
Wouldn't it be even better if Visitors could complete the Wi-Fi Access Request form themselves? Why couldn't Visitors click a web link and initiate the request without involving an institution employee at that point? Explore this course and learn how to configure the workflow to generate a web URL Visitors can use.